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Old 08-02-2007, 10:25 AM   #1
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Thinking about trying one of these on my 07 F150. The muffleris a stocker from a 05 mustang GT my mother has, she went with Magnaflow and man do they sound good. The muffler looks good enough to use. I mean it only has about 1000 miles on it. It looks kinda like the borla mufflers I had on my 98 GT. Has anyone tried this.
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What do you guys think it would sound like?
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dont those new mustangs come wit some type of exhaust already?
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dont those new mustangs come wit some type of exhaust already?
Nope Exhaust is optional...lol
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Hold on.....your truck has a 4.2l??? That can't be a v8
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Nope Exhaust is optional...lol
lol gotcha
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I did not say I wanted to make it a V8, I simply asked how everyone thought it might sound with this particular type of muffler. Sounds to me you are saying the muffler came off a V8 therefore I cannot use it on a V6....like I'm trying to make my truck a V8 ??? If this is what you are trying to say, does it also mean if everyone with a V8 is running a Flowmaster 50 Delta Flow I can't use one because I have a V6
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Exactly!

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do what you want, but why go through all of that work to put another stock muffler back on? get yourself a magnaflow or something.
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^^agreed
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